cs31 lecture 17

Manipulating x the standard template library provides

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; void }; }; Car::Car()
 { Car::Car()
 uniqueId = 0; uniqueId } void Car::displayId()
 { std::cout << uniqueId << std::endl; std::cout } 121 Destructor x A destructor is a special method of a class, which is destructor invoked each time an object is deleted invoked Syntax: the constructor is a method with the exact same name as Syntax: the class, prefixed by ~ the Example: ~Car()
 x There can be only one destructor There No argument can be passed x There can be no destructor in the C++ program A C++ compiler usually provides a default destructor, which C++ simply does nothings simply 122 Example struct Car { /// constructor / Car()
; Car()
; /// destructor / ~Car()
; /// attributes / int uniqueId; int /// methods / void displayId()
; void }; }; Car::Car()
 { Car::Car()
 std::cout << “Object constructed” << std::endl; std::cout uniqueId = 0; uniqueId } Car::~Car()
 { std::cout << “Object destroyed” << std::endl; std::cout } void Car::displayId()
 { std::cout << uniqueId << std::endl; std::cout 123 Why constructor and destructors are useful x Memory management Some attributes may be dyna...
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